Last month's lunar eclipse was truly a sight to behold. Unfortunately, most people couldn't see it without some help. But if you, like Jean-Luc Dauvergne, happened to be in the Pamir region of Tajikistan, you sat in the world's front-row seat. [NASA]
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Wow... that is so awesome... kinda puts my eclipse viewing to shame, one good thing about where i saw it from... there was a lot of volcanic ash in the atmosphere because of the volcano eruption in Chile, it made the moon a deep red colour.